Louis IX of France, Hand-Painted Saint Medal, France, New Orleans, "The Crusading King"

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         Saint Louis IX was King of France and known as the “Crusading King” during the 13th Century. He is the most famous member of the Direct Capetians Dynasty and the “House of France.” Louis was known as a reformer and was a devout Christian and Roman Catholic. Louis’ keen handling of conflict and battle led France to add and annex the entire region of Provence. His Kingdom gathered much wealth throughout his reign. Louis was known for being fair-minded, resolute with integrity, and righteous in his interaction with comrades and foes. It was King Louis who conceived the Presumption of Innocence, a fundamental right in criminal procedures. The Saint Louis Cathedral in New Orleans is the Mother Church of the Archdiocese and the oldest active Catholic Cathedral in America.

        Your order includes our vibrant one-of-a-kind hand-painted saint medal, a silver necklace, keychain clasp, or Sterling Silver necklace (your choice!), the story of Saint Adrian in greeting card format, a felt pouch for safekeeping, unique prayer cards from Rome, Italy, an extra envelope for easy mailing or gifting and a money back guarantee, “No Questions Asked.”  Rob and SaintsforSinners.com stand by their work product. The stories are sometimes embellished, paraphrased, or updated, but overall, they retain the theme presented at canonization or veneration.

A 3mm, 18" unisex Sterling Silver chain may be purchased for an additional cost. Each Sterling Silver chain will be 18" in length unless otherwise specified.